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Trump says mockery of Kavanaugh accuser got him confirmed

"If I had not made that speech, we would not have won," the president says in a TV interview.

Hurricane survivors band together after entire Florida towns flattened

"I looked over at my husband and I took his hand and I said we're not going to make it," Lynn Haven Mayor Margo Anderson recalled thinking amid the hurricane.

America's few Latino historical sites languish, forgotten and decaying

A makeshift memorial in New Mexico dedicated to Hispanic Union soldiers during the Battle of Glorieta Pass "looks like just a taco stand, without any tacos."

Saudi Arabia rejects 'threats' after Trump comments on missing journalist

The president said on Saturday that Saudi Arabia could face "severe punishment" if it's confirmed the missing journalist was killed inside the Saudi consulate in Istanbul.

Rats and trash infest Los Angeles' 'typhus zone'

People "illegally dumping, food being discarded, accumulation of blankets and pillows, and human waste," are attracting the rats, a business advocate said.